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A great vintage kitchen scale with an aged and rusted patina.

The scale was made by the American Cutlery Co. and marked National Family Scale. The body has black enamel paint and the face is white with black lettering. The rim of the face has a rounded raised edge with the markings for pounds; the scale measures up to 24 pounds in ounces. There is an Oct. 29, 1912 patent date on the face and the right side of the body is marked "National Family Scale."

Measures 6 1/2 inches across base, 8 1/4 inches tall, 8 1/2 inches deep. Lots of rust and some paint loss but still displays very attractively!

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Vintage Kitchen Scale, Rustic Farmhouse Primitive


  • Vintage item from the 1910s
  • Material: metal
  • Only ships within United States.
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